Mercy Care Plan

Do You Want to be an Active Voice in Mercy Care Plan?

Join our Member Advisory Council

Mercy Care Plan has a Member Advisory Council (MAC). The council is made up of members just like you who are concerned about health care. The MAC advises Mercy Care Plan on issues that are important to members. Members volunteer to serve at least two (2) years.

The MAC meetings are held once every three (3) months. Lunch and transportation are provided.

Call Mercy Care Plan Member Services for more information on how to join the council.

** If you are not on the council, you may still suggest changes to policies and services by calling Mercy Care Plan Member Services.

We look forward to helping you meet your health care needs

You have your own health needs. And our health plan is designed to help meet those needs. We are here to help you get healthy and stay healthy.

Member Services

We can answer your questions about benefits, help with finding or choosing a doctor, and solve problems in getting health care services.

Mercy Care Plan Member Services representatives are available to help you Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Please call 602-263-3000 or toll-free 1-800-624-3879 (TTY/TDD 711). 

Health & Wellness

We want to work with you to help you reach your health goals. The following information will help you get the health care you need.

Diseases & Conditions
Get information on physical and behavioral health conditions. Learn what to look out for and how to take care of yourself.

Doctor Visits
Learn how to make the most of your doctor’s visits. Find helpful information to get you ready. Find what questions to ask, what to bring and how to make your child feel comfortable.

Live Well
Check out these simple tips for healthy living. Get information on nutrition, exercise, managing stress and more. Learn about ways to live healthier - mind and body.

The healthier you are, the healthier your baby is. Get help and information during your pregnancy.

Learn more about raising a healthy child.

Get connected to community groups in your area. If you need help finding a place to live, getting food or buying school clothes for your children, please call 602-263-8856 or 1-800-352-3792. Or visit CIR.